DTG @ IBC 2016 September 9th to 13th 2016, RAI Amsterdam

IBC 2016 will be our 20th year at the conference and exhibition and as ever the DTG team is interested in discussing the new technologies that will shape our industry and the key issues we all face over the next twenty years.

As usual we're driving forward industry debate on a whole host of topics as part of our focus on Invigorating the Industry. Our experts are currently embracing the convergence of content and networks across industries to focus on the efficient delivery of video to all screens - mobile, tablet and TV - in all formats: standard, high and ultra high definitions. For more details on what we do click here and for details of some of our latest white papers click here.

We support the next generation of digital TV and related technologies through our work in the delivery of video to mobile devices, television on tablets, spectrum coexistence management, TV white space, home networking, connected TV, accessibility and the UK UHD Forum.

Our Testing Team has recently been awarded a World First accreditation and our facilities include Europe's largest TV Zoo which is a one-of-a-kind facility. An invaluable resource for any company looking to launch a product or a service in any market around the world, the DTG Zoo is there to help you ensure that your service or product will operate seamlessly in your country’s TV ecology.

At IBC this year we're canvassing views on how our industry should move forward, so whether you and your colleagues are exhibiting at IBC 2016 or attending as visitors, we would welcome the opportunity to schedule a meeting with you to understand your business and the issues you face.

Please contact pr@dtg.org.uk to let us know when would be convenient to meet one of our senior team. We'll then be in touch to arrange a meeting that works with your IBC schedule and look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam!

DTG Team @ IBC 2016

DTG Speaking at IBC

Paper Session: Exploring New Ideas in VR and 360º Immersive Media

The IBC Wrap-Up 2016: Identifying the key trends


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